The Tamako Market movie had surprisingly good cinematography
Dezaki is always a gem when it comes to anime cinematography. He basically invented that shit.
Fuck off, newfags
Good taste man
Agreed, Kyoani actually takes a very cinematic approach to their shows. Their use of digital effects to simulate realistic lighting is also rather unique. Tamako the show took a lot of cues from Ozu and the like, it had a ton of pillow shots and slow pans that really gave it a unique atmosphere.
>using moeshit unironically
>upvoting and downvoting posts with two to three words each.
I'll take indications of not lurking enough for 500 Alex.
Seconding this. Takemoto may never be able to top Hyouka.
I should really rewatch it sometime.
SHAFT too good.
Hyouka, even though that anime was boring and repetitive as fuck.
>HYOUKA: WAS DAT?
>HYOUKA: IM CURIOUZ
The MC is too beta to make a move on hyouka so all you get is a shitty higschool detective anime.
>Tamako the show took a lot of cues from Ozu and the like, it had a ton of pillow shots and slow pans that really gave it a unique atmosphere.
Every SoL is like that. And usually because of the budget.
WOW IT LOOKS LIKE THEY ARE STANDING IN FRONT OF A GREEN SCREEN
THIS GENERIC HAREM IS SO CINEMATIC!!!!!
shitposter pls leave.
Come on son. I love Zeta as much as the next guy, but Gundam in general isn't known for good cinematography. Fight choreography, yes. But Victory is much better at that than just about any other Gundam series.
Not really. Lucky star didn't have that shit. Hidasketch didn't either
You don't have to write a dissertation to tell newfriends to fuck off, do you?
But they are.
Ozu never uses such rapid cuts, but there are scenes in Hyouka that resemble Ozu.
Though you could say that for a lot of japanese cinema.
Maybe 0083 or something, but remember that for most of First and Zeta it was basically
Excuse the dub. Now, that wasn't particularly bad for the time, but not exactly impressive either.
Honestly, I think Tomino's pretty neat as a director, all things considered. He's not terribly flashy but his pacing is fine and his fight scenes have impeccable editing.
I think he really shines when he has great key animators to work with. CCA, King Gainer, even G-Reco.
Just because they do things in a strange way doesn't mean it's one gimmicky style. There's a big difference between Nakamura Shaft and Shinbou shaft and Oonuma shaft and Oishi shaft.